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of the operating system and tablet he guided to their launch under ceo steve ballmer. "sinofsky really carved out a powerful empire, and instead of ballmer's heir apparent, he was perceived as ballmer's rival." analysts call sinofsky's departure "a negative," that he "rescued windows following vista." if there was acrimony, sinfosky didn't hint at it, saying his departure "was a personal and private choice that in no way reflects any speculation or theories one might read - about me, opportunity, the company, or its leadership." but sinofsky is the last of five operating unit heads ballmer's replaced in the last five years. "what ballmer is doing is trying to create an organization that's more apple-like under steve jobs." in a statement, ballmer called it "imperative that we continue to drive allignment across all microsoft teams and have more integrated and rapid development systems for our offerings." observers see microsoft in transition increasing control over its products. "microsoft is building against an apple model that produces everything - the 'surface' tablet is an example of that and
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